Cosmetic Veneers


Protect Veneers with Digital Occlusal Analysis

T-Scan™ Reveals Occlusal Contacts and Extreme Forces in Veneer Cases

Whether using composite or porcelain, veneer artistry is critical to the function and form of a patient's bite. T-Scan™ allows dentists to see timing and levels of force across the dentition. This helps reduce fracture potential and preserves dental artistry.

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  • Real-time video shows the bite forces from initial contact to full closure
  • 2D and 3D maps help dentist and patient visualize which contacts are problematic
  • Bite force data helps to identify extreme forces that may chip or dislodge veneers

Tekscan offers dentists training opportunities and courses to learn more about clinical applications in prosthetics.

Download the Veneers Application Brief here

Also see this case study where veneers went wrong without tracking occlusal pressure correctly.

Following veneer placement, it is essential to assess the occlusal function with the T-Scan, especially in protrusion. Veneers often require protrusive force control, as their incisal edges are brittle, and too much occlusal pressure applied to the incisal edges can lead to both incisal edge failure and mid-veneer cracking, as was the case for this patient...

The T-Scan paid for itself in my office in 30 days. The T-Scan helps you to not only save money, but to make money as well. The difference between the patient saying it feels good and it feels great is the difference between veneers breaking in 9 months and them lasting a lifetime. With the T-Scan you know the patient will always leave your office saying, ‘it feels great!’”

- Dr. Bruce Baird, DDS